A five-day training course organized by The US Drug Enforcement Administration for representatives of the Central Criminal Police under the MIA of Georgia, patrol police, and the Tbilisi police department has ended.
The MIA says that training has been held in the MIA academy with the support of The US Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).
Deputy Chief of the US mission Rian Harker Harris and those at the helm of the DEA and INL attended the course closing event and conferred certificates upon trainees.
FBI trainers led the training and shared their experience with their Georgian trainees.
The training course aimed to improve skills required for combating the crime, analyze modern methods and share the US state agency's experience in this field.